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New resilient and innovative development strategy required for next decade

The new development strategy for the next decade must be designed to help Viet Nam accommodate itself to the international context and promote the advantages of the country gained after more than three decades of Reform.  Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stressed the point at ...

Gov't reviews overall picture of four key economic regions

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc chaired a meeting on Friday to hear a report summarizing the overall picture of Viet Nam’s four key economic regions and their impacts on national growth. The four key economic hubs are: Northern Economic Region, Central Economic Region, Southern Economic Region, and Mekong ...

Government plans to have 100,000 enterprises in agriculture by 2030

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a Resolution covering solutions to encourage and foster investment in sustainable and safe development of agriculture. The Government sets the goals to maintain growth rate of agriculture, forestry and aquaculture at 3% annually meanwhile the export value of agriculture, ...

Population and housing census begins

The 2019 population and housing census kicked off on April 1 with the participation of over 122,000 investigators to collect basic population information and household information.All the information to be collected will tell us the implementation of socio-economic plans in 2011-2020. It will serve as the ...

Kim Loan

12th CPV’s ninth session opens, discusses personnel preparation

Party General Secretary and President Nguyễn Phú Trọng opened the ninth session of the 12th Communist Party of Việt Nam (CPV) Central Committee today. During the session, members of the Party Central Committee are expected to discuss personnel planning for the CPV Central Committee for ...

Prime Minister approves waste database

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a project that would build a national database of waste resources, helping authorised agencies better control the discharge of waste nationwide.Keep reading  ...

Chi Kien

Persons in custody allowed to use scriptures, express religious belief

People in temporary custody or detention are now allowed to read scriptures and express their religious beliefs, according to a decree recently issued by the Government.Keep reading ...

Chi Kien

E-waste needs more recycling effort

The disposal of electronic waste in Viet Nam has been rapidly increasing for several years. However, the current recycling process amounts to preliminary processing and can hardly produce raw materials for re-production, experts have said.Keep reading ...

CPV Reporter

How VN has changed since APEC 2006

Viet Nam’s GDP size has almost tripled and the country has expanded economic and trade ties with more than 200 countries and territories across the world since it hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) for the first time in 2006.Keep reading ...

VGP Reporter

National database on natural resources, environment monitoring to be set up

The PM has approved a plan on the establishment of national database on natural resources and environment monitoring. Keep reading  ...

Thuy Dung

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